Yesterday, Senator John Kerry announced plans to introduce a bill to create an ambassador to coordinate U.S foreign policy on cyber issues. This measure could bring official leadership to the issues of cyberspace and eDiplomacy.
Government Computer News reported that the legislation would open diplomatic relations in cyberspace.
Who could do this job? Career Ambassadors with a grasp of cyber issues are in short supply. Will Seattle or Silicon Vale push for one of their own? Who would you like to see steering the U.S. government’s cybersecurity portfolio in the global arena?